Putting politics aside, you might be able to learn from a series of emails received by Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State.  Apparently, computer hackers hoping to gain access to her computer created an email that looked just like a speeding ticket, tricking her into printing. The hope was by clicking on the button to print, Clinton would have activated a code giving hackers access to her entire hard drive.

If you drive long enough, eventually you will see flashing blue lights in your rear view mirror.  It's unavoidable.  You know it's true.  In fact, you should probably consider yourself lucky you don't get more tickets.  If you're being honest, you are like most people in that you probably do something wrong every time you get behind the wheel. 


Sirens blaring, flashing emergency lights, and mounting nerves can only mean one thing: a cop has spotted your car violating a traffic law and you're about to be pulled over. Regardless of whether you're a teenager and it is your first time getting pulled over or you've dealt with this experience before, don't panic. Equip yourself now with the tools to successfully survive getting pulled over the first time and any time thereafter.

Bad news: Your 16-year-old was carelessly cruising down the highway when suddenly he was startled by the wail of a police siren.  Slowing down at first sight of a cop didn't cut it this time and he was left with his first traffic ticket that could cost YOU hundreds of dollars in insurance rate hikes. What now?

Although the best way to get out of that ticket is to teach your teenager how to avoid it in the first place, Unger & Kowitt wants to make sure you know that all drivers, regardless of age, have three options when they do get that first traffic ticket.

Sweltering temperatures, vacation plans, and barbecues can only mean one thing: it's summertime in South Florida! For teens, summer signals more freedom and more time to spend behind the wheel. Teenagers are most likely to get their first traffic ticket during June, July, and August.

The consequences can include hundreds of dollars in insurance rate hikes and even traffic school. 

With more opportunities to receive that dreaded first teenage traffic ticket in Florida, here are four things every teenager (and their parents) should know to avoid getting a traffic ticket this summer.